Every year on February 1st, World Read Aloud Day encourages us to pick up a book and share the stories with others in order to foster a love for reading and improve literacy rates. If we don’t cultivate a healthy culture of reading in our homes and schools, our kids will never see the need… Read More World Read Aloud Day and The Benefits Of Reading
Let me not even waste your time discussing who wore what, because all we need to know is that Viola Davis made history during Oscars 2017 by taking home the “Best Supporting Actress” award for her amazing performance in the movie “Fences”. Can I get a halleluyah!! Why is this Oscar win so significant, other… Read More Oscars 2017: Viola Davis steals the show
Yesterday we were all were awoken to the uproar caused by the discrimination and racism the black girls were facing at Pretoria Girls High School. These young girls were being told that their natural hair was untidy and unkempt, and told to refrain from speaking in their mother tongues as it seen as conspiring (even… Read More Cultural power relations, racism and natural hair
In the midst of the #relationshipgoals and #squadgoals, do you have #careergoals? Are we as women pushing each other to get to the next level? Do your closest friends even know what your dreams and goals are so they can keep you accountable? … Read More Career goals: Do you have any?
Why Bereka Mosadi seeks to change the narrative of the black woman and aims to help celebrate the beauty, power and resilience of black women… Read More Why ‘Black Lioness’ and why now?